New faces at Parc Safari Cheetah kittens – Montreal Times - Montreal's English Weekly Newspaper
New faces at Parc Safari Cheetah kittens Parc Safari Cheetah kittens - Four cheetahs were born recently at Parc Safari, a zoo about 45 minutes south of Montreal. In 2017, two cheetah kittens were
The Wild Animal Sanctuary in Colorado seeks to expand into Baca and Las Animas counties; SCLA opposes the move
The Southern Colorado Livestock Association is opposed to the proposed expansion of The Wild Animal Sanctuary into Baca and Las Animas counties. The sanctuary, located in Keenesburg, Colo., has
Critically endangered Amur leopard born in Scotland could be released into the wild in Russia
One of the world’s rarest cats has given birth to at least one cub in a wildlife park in Scotland, giving conservationists hope the animals could be reintroduced to Russia in the near future. In 2007 as few as 19 wild Amur leopards were thought to exist in Russia and China, but numbers have slowly risen above 100 through intense conservation efforts. The species – the rarest big cat in the world – remains listed as “critically endangered”.
Lion cubs make their unofficial public debut at Riverbanks Zoo
Almost four months after being born, Riverbank Zoo's lion cubs are now on display in Columbia. The three juvenile felines were introduced to their zoo habitat Monday, July 9, 2018, after being socialized with their father Zuri.
Kowiachobee Preservation Through Education | Coastal Breeze News
Photo courtesy of Damaris Gonzalez | White tigers Tanju and Mali cool off in their pond on a hot summer day. You may be surprised to learn that in the Golden Gate Estates there exists a five-acre nature preserve housing over 100 different exotic and domestic animals. The Kowiachobee Animal Preserve (KAP) has been helping injured, abandoned and endangered animals since 2001. The Seminole Indian word Kowiachobee means "big screaming cat" or "big cat." But lions and tigers are not the only animals that KAP helps. Some of KAP's other residents include alligators, ducks, pigs, zebras, parrots, tortoises, horses and many more. KAP's mission is to preserve the existence of both exotic and domestic animals through education and public awareness. Owners and husband and wife duo John and Grace Slaby originally met at a sanctuary for big cats. After several years there, the two wanted to focus more on the educational aspects of preservation. "We tend to refer to our animals as residents or
Luna, a very rare African white lion cub joins the Tiger Creek Animal Sanctuary in Tyler
Tiger Creek Animal Sanctuary welcomes a new white African lion cub named Luna. "It is estimated that less than 500 white lions are left in the entire world. Luna has no idea just how special she is."